Tag: pacific

  • North Korea Conducts Short-Range Missile Test, Launching into Pacific Ocean

    May 04: North Korea reportedly conducted its first missile test in 18 months early Saturday morning (May 4), launching a short-range vehicle east into the Pacific Ocean. An Earth-observing Dove […]

  • USCG’s record 2016

    Operations also saw 585 arrests. Coast Guard Seized a Record 416,600 Pounds of Cocaine in 2016 By Brian Slattery The year 2016 was a record-breaking year for the U.S. Coast […]

  • Drugs lure Costa Rica’s fishermen

    American authorities assisting country in drug fight. Drug traffickers lure Costa Rica’s struggling coastal fishermen with offers of easy money QUEPOS, Puntarenas – On June 11, 2014, 11 fishermen made […]

  • Big drug catches in Pacific

    The bow of the USS Thach was slicing the Pacific waters off Colombia’s coast when the alarm blared; time to hunt down a cocaine ship. US ships look to net […]

  • Robot Crosses Pacific

    Liquid Robotics’ marine robot completes 9,000 mile cross-Pacific journey to set new world record. U.S. based Liquid Robotics®, an ocean data service provider and developer of the Wave Glider®, the […]

  • ISPS Compliance

    Increasing global awareness of the threat of terrorism means Pacific Island countries and territories must ensure they comply with the International Ship and Ports Facility Security (ISPS) Code. SPC Helps […]

  • US Backs Multilateral Approach to Pacific Disputes

    US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has been outlining the Obama Administration’s position on the maritime disputes in the Pacific whilst visiting Vietnam this week. “Relying exclusively on bilateral relationships isn’t […]